Friday, September 16, 2005

Cartography of Silk Road

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To view an enlarged view of one cartographers perspective of the Soul Food Silk Way click here.

7 Comments:

At 2:39 AM, Blogger Traveller said...

I'm glad to see it's in the form of a labyrinth and not a maze otherwise we'd never reach our destination

 
At 4:00 AM, Blogger Fran said...

The members of the Donkeys' Union would like to express their gratitude for the map. One or two of them have been wandering a bit since the leaf boats landed. I will make sure of their availability to all. The Secretary

 
At 5:09 AM, Blogger Imogen Crest said...

Agreed, this is a magic map.

 
At 5:22 AM, Blogger Heather Blakey said...

I do have a more detailed version but it has gone all blurry on the scanner so I am leaving this map on-line until I do a new one. It is just as well we are caught in a labyrinth Carol. At first I thought it was a nightmare and I was lost in Ikea, trapped by the giant owl. Now it has all become clear and I can see that we were heading in the right direction when we set off from Duwamish back to the Cave via the Mountains of Myrr. Somehow we all got diverted and ended up at the Hermitage and well, now we are back in Duwamish and will have to walk the Labyrinth to get to the Amazon Queen.

Anyway, that is Koschey's Palace on the left hand side. Just thought I should mention this. Be warned. He is a nasty piece of work and has tried kidnapping some of our numbers. Do not leave your windows open while sleeping.

 
At 6:32 AM, Blogger Imogen Crest said...

Maybe we should bundle him off to Ikea and then he can test his own navigating skills! (I love the way you used this as an example - I've been lost in that labyrinth many a time! HA HA)

 
At 8:43 AM, Blogger Karen said...

One thing I love about this realm is that it manifests itself in different ways to travelers. All maps are unique, but the path is one.

 
At 5:55 AM, Blogger Lois said...

Gee what a great map the Enchanteur has drawn ,it will be good for those weary travellers who are often a bit lost on the trip....I have heard said in motoring circles that women don't have the same navigagtional skills as men when looking up destinations ,streets,roads,rivers etc...I wonder why this is...
Now this map is most certainly drawn by a woman as it is so easy to follow ....
I rest my case....Lois.

 

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